Heyoooo everyone 💕 so people have been saying to celebrate 6k through an art contest! Would you guys like that?
Once I reach 10k.. someday.. but I’m sure I can with your help, do a live stream on instagram where you guys can join and chat with me? And ask questions of admin! It’s a future plan but if you guys like the idea please let me know~
Showing you my room heheh or stuff 😂
Back to the art contest! What theme do YOU want to draw? Let me know that too 💜💜
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476 A.D. is usually cited as the year that the Roman Empire came crashing down, but its eastern half lived on for another thousand years in the form of the Byzantine Empire, a mighty kingdom centered in Constantinople (modern day Istanbul).
This Eastern Roman Empire had many of the facets of its western counterpart—high culture, a booming economy, dazzling architecture and vicious, power-hungry leaders—and it served as a bulwark against invasions of Europe until 1453, when it was finally toppled by the Ottoman Turks.
This week some more #GlobeFacts looking at Constantinople.
The term “Byzantine Empire” came into common use during the 18th and 19th centuries, but it would’ve been completely alien to the Empire’s ancient inhabitants.
For them, Byzantium was a continuation of the Roman Empire, which had merely moved its seat of power from Rome to a new eastern capital in Constantinople. Though largely Greek-speaking and Christian, the Byzantines called themselves “Romaioi,” or Romans, and they still subscribed to Roman law and reveled in Roman culture and games.
While Byzantium later developed a distinctive, Greek-influenced identity as the centuries wore on, it continued to cherish its Roman roots until its fall. Upon conquering Constantinople in 1453, the Turkish leader Mehmed II even claimed the title “Caesar of Rome.”
Continues tomorrow. #ConstantinopleFacts via History.com.
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